We are Save the Children
HELPING CHILDREN CHANGE THE FUTURE WE ALL SHARE
We're working alongside children in 122 countries, including the UK.
With global Save the Children members, we have three big goals.
Our shared ambition is that by 2030;
- no child dies from preventable causes before their fifth birthday
- all children learn from a quality basic education
- violence against children is no longer tolerated.
We tackle big problems. Every child isn't defined by their situation, but by what’s possible. By who they are. By what they can be.
WHAT WE DO
For over 100 years, we've fought for a fairer world for children.
Together with families, supporters and partners, we work to help every child become who they want to be.
In Britain, we’re using apps to help parents support early learning. In Rwanda, we’ve kickstarted a reading revolution. With GSK, we’ve developed an antiseptic gel that could save half a million babies' lives.
Save the Children’s work is only possible thanks to our 5 million UK supporters and their amazing commitment – from wearing a Christmas jumper to running our local shops to organising fundraising events.
WHO WE ARE
Over 100 years ago, our founder Eglantyne Jebb imagined a better world for children. Today, children's potential to change the world is at the heart of our global movement.
It's behind everything we say and do - as reflected in our strategy.
With a worldwide staff of around 24,000, we're working to change the future for good. Our UK leadership shapes our goals and ensures we achieve them, and is held accountable by our board of trustees.
Our incredible volunteers run 120 shops, organise 300 local fundraising branches & put on amazing events around Britain.
VANILLA FOR CHANGE
We teamed up with Walls, Unilever & Symrise to empower young people like Bolo in vanilla farming communities in Madagascar to earn a sustainable living.
In May 1919, our organisation was born to save the lives of children left to starve in the ruins of post-war Europe.
But to do that, our founder Eglantyne Jebb needed to change the way the world looked at children altogether.
She did. Before long, Jebb inspired people from Washington to Wellington to help those who were, until recently, the children of their ‘enemies’.
She brought an entirely fresh perspective to children’s situation and created new possibilities to support them.
Today, we’re the world’s leading independent children’s organisation. We’re still helping transform children’s lives...
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